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there is a change of use from a personal service use which would have been the last use the educational use, and the educational after school use excel to the proposed use of vocal point and in reviewing the matter, we did find that the proposed use of vocal point does not comply with the definition of financial service in the planning code. it is i believe a business or professional service use. which is not listed among the uses that is considered to be an act of commercial use. and let me back up. , the property, 2395-26th avenue is located at the end of 26th avenue and the unit is 1600, and there are a couple of storefronts and it is just one of the storefronts that is in question and the changing of the use to vocal point. and while it seems that most of the attention to this property came about because of the conditional use application that they have on file for a wireless facility, what is going on here and the activity is not related to the wireless facility that they have an application in for but in relation for the change of use for this business and professional service use. th
solution to save medicare makes no changes for people 55 or older. >> congressman keith ellison on why ryan's medicare change is bad for america. >>> venezuelan president hugo chavez has died of cancer at the age of 58. what does this mean for u.s. relations? we'll bring you the latest. >>> a civil rights hero wants the washington redskins to change their offensive name. it will take an act of congress to get nfl owners to move on this. >>> the path to citizenship, which i would support -- >> jeb bush flips. >> we can't continue to make illegal immigration an easier path than legal immigration. >> flops. >> i'm for it. >> and flips again. the big panel weighs in on jeb's radical immigration 360. >>> holy cow! >> comedian stephen colbert's sister has her eye on a south carolina house seat. tonight we're talking to democratic candidate elizabeth colbert bush. good to have you with us tonight, folks. thanks for watching. i thought we would start with a little basketball tonight since it's march madness. this gentleman is dean smith, one of the all-time greats at the university of north carolin
polarized about hugo chÁvez. there are a lot of people he changed. i was looking to the woman that had tears in her eyes. she said her life had changed. what is for sure is that the size of the comparison to him being a dictator what is for sure is that he is going to be remembered as a changing figures here in the country. >> we can still see pictures that does come m from c 00 than just coming in from -- we can still see pictures that are just coming in from caracas we know this announcement was made by the vice president. what do people make up vice- president maduro? >> maduro was not the most popular of people. then mr. chavez appointed him as his successor. in polls are round october, he only received about 4%. this was during the election. pollsters were trying to figure out whether there were other candidates between mr. chavez and his party. maduro was that the most popular one. just before mr. chavez left for cancer surgery in cuba, mr. chavez appointed him. did that seem to give him enough popularity. for now people think that mr. chavez picked him for a reason. today's press conf
, if you follow the metaphor that bullying is a systemic virus, then the environment has to change so the virus cannot grow and the only way the environment changes is if youth and adults begin to speak with one voice about changing the social norms that allows it to happen. it makes sense to most of us, you have it khaifrpb the social norms. we must educate. but we must go beyond thinking more rigor will get us better achievement. we have to remember a school is a community and in a xhuept, people look out for each other. they've got each other's back. how do we begin to promote that idea that we are in this thing together? we believe it's through, unfortunately but truly, self-interest. kids are driven developmentally by the desire to fit in, to belong, to be part of an affinity group. if we can capitalize on their desire to look out for their friends and give them some more tools and opportunities and support, they will begin to do what we need them to do to at least confront it in their own small cell of social influence and the compounding and leveraging of that begins to mak
. >>> here's reaction. >> he changed the mentality of the poor people. venezuela, it's like most of the countries in latin america, you know, we are crowded, poor people, they don't have education. they don't know, you know, who can be bad or who can be worse. he could change -- of everyone. he took power of the country. he -- so i really think again, that he deserved it. >> more reaction from caracas, as nbc's mark potter, thanks for being with us. chavez coming to power t. the poor in the hills or the -- that ride over your shoulders. how are the poor versus others reacting today? >> reporter: well, the poor are reacting with sorrow and i think we're going to see a lot of that very shortly. at first the reaction here was one where people were somber. a lot of people didn't believe he had died, even though he had been sick for a couple years, and the news about his condition was worsening. when he finally died. people just couldn't believe it. in part that's because of the his largest than life personality. he was 58 years old. people have a heart time with that. the quiteude we
can literally see all the changes and the constant very brnt area. it gets crowded up here. i'm glad to join president chiu and the other supervisors who are supporting this neighborhood. all over the city we have 11 of these cb ds thought the city and 5 entire districts. the latest one i want to thank the board for the district that is raising their own money that can really compliment the downtown moscone. the neighborhoods i enjoy just as much because the neighborhood are constantly working to find ways to improve. i'm glad to see public works that helps get the permits done for those parks that have been here for 26 years and having funny; right? >> and that's at the way it should be. we have fun where we live and it's always a great investment to have the agencies working together with the neighborhoods association and the community benefit districts to improve and constantly change and improve the streets and uses of the streets as we try to support our neighbors. this makes our city great. i want to recognize scott wiener and david is working along broadway and trying to crea
change to tell you about tonight about to take place for american travelers heading towards security at the airport. for the first time since 9/11, the tsa is allowing some knives on board. an announcement greeted with confusion and outrage by flight attendants. abc's david kerley has our story. >> reporter: the things people try to carry on a plane may boggle your mind. but tonight, after more than a decade of confiscating tens of millions of pocket knives, the tsa says it's time for a change. you can now carry a small knife on board. >> we know that these small little items are unlikely to be used again to try to hijack an aircraft. >> reporter: in a month and a half, you'll be allowed to carry a folding knife if the blade is less than 2.36 inches long. and a half inch wide. golfer will be able to carry on two clubs and hockey, lacrosse and pool players can board with their sticks. razor blades and box cutters, like those used by the hijackers on 9/11, will still be banned. not every flight has an air marshal on board who is trained to deal with knife-wielding passengers -- >> drop
action regarding file number 1 21065, legislation changing the planning code to create the polk street alcohol use and tobacco paraphernalia restrictions. and to discuss that, supervisor chiu's office. >> good evening, commissioners. >> thank you so much for allowing me the opportunity to come here and talk to you about our legislation, my name is any, chan i am a david khao*u. >> the lower polk street corridor which is in the supervisor's district spans from fer elstreet to polk street and it has a lot of great night life, but we have heard that have been quality of life issues in the corridor because of a saturation of liquor, establishments and in this section of lower polk street. the planning department has provided us data about exactly how many liquor licenses exist in this span of 6th streets and the side streets, there are about 45 existing alcohol permits in the 6-block region. and if we also include middle polk street. which goes up to fillbert street and we are laobing at a total of 121 liquor licenses. and so we do what we have heard from the neighborhood and, what we do f
look at the past, the present and the future? >> you can change what is then missing by changing the software, by changing what is projected and missing. so, missing isn't a static installation. it is an installation that is going to grow and change over time. and she has worked to bring all of this information together from laboratory after laboratory including, fortunately, our great fwroup of researche e-- g researchers at the california academy. >> this couldn't have been more site specific to this place and we think just visually in terms of its scupltural form it really holds its own against the architectural largest and grandeur of the building. it is an unusual compelling object. we think it will draw people out on the terrace, they will see the big cone and say what is that. then as they approach the cone tell hear these very unusual sounds that were obtained from the cornell orinthology lab. >> we have the largest recording of birds, mammals, frogs and insects and a huge library of videos. so this is an absolutely perfect opportunity for us to team up with a world renow
police lab may be ready to change her plea. a court docket indicates the case of madden will be back in court. madden's defense attorneys have been negotiating a plea bargain. her attorney says they are still working on the the details. madden may accept a guilty plea to simple cocaine possession. >>> the stolen luxury yacht that ran aground yesterday has been recovered and is now sitting at a richmond boat yard. the $2 million vessel named darling was hoisted out of the water this morning and suffered extensive damage. three people are accused of stealing the 82-foot yacht from a sausalito marina. they apparently used it as a party boat. the owner of the company that towed the yacht was amazed to hear that the thieves were caught. >> that is the first one where i've seen them have to get the perpetrators off. usually the perpetrator when it goes aground jump out and start running. >>> siting sources familiar with the brand says apple's next iphone will be called iphone 5s. the iphone is said to be similar. the blog also reports apple is set to release their next i pad as early as ne
carrier but the president wants to change that. >> yes. michael finney is here with another change that could unlock phone autos this is people rising up and going are you kidding me? the white house heard from 114,000 smart phone customers. they signed a petition saying they want the right to switch carriers. the president says he agrees. the white house wants to change a rule making it a crime to switch carriers. that rule took affect january 26th aplaying to phones purchased and a lot of people will reduce competition among carriers. relaxing rules will take an act of congress so change will be slow. mercury insurance filed a lawsuit to block a decrease in insurance rates. the state insurance commissioner ordered kpt to reduce rates by 8%. that decision was based on a review of the revenue and expenses. so about 270 home owners are about to get insurance. the lawsuit will delay price breaks for homeowners. >> nothing speaks of madison avenue like the dollar. sheer proof. subtle ads are forcing adults to make decisions about their between-aged daughters. no longer is sexy under w
. we said that this recommendation would not change the intent of the legislation or the effect of the legislation, so they still require a conditional use authorization for business and professional service use, they have not provided evidence that they are a financial service use. nothing close. i mean the names could keep changing but nothing has been able to evidence that. the name on the lease is vocal point. i mean they could call themselves a financial advisor but they don't meet the definition of financial use and request that the board deny the permit so that they can pursue the conditional use authorization. thank you. >> thank you. >> anything further? >> okay. commissioners, now the matter is submitted. >> well commissioners, i think that we would like the record to be as clear as possible. which is why i would suggest a continuance, whether they can prove it or not. so that is the record is quite clear. and i think that there is many of us who would seriously support a small business in our city. i think that there are certain things that could be done to help them.
that? make sense? lee, question. when you reshape it, though, you aren't changing the density of the clay by itself. so what makes it less dense overall? so that-- yeah. we haven't really talked about density yet, have we? but it turns out-- now, i don't change the density of the clay. but i do, nevertheless, when it's submerged like that, get a big air pocket. so as far as the water is concerned, there is something with less-- something of less density when you consider the space that the air pocket takes up. so counting this-- like a hollow piece of iron, of course, will float, see, because it's got the air inside. so the overall density is less. so i can say the overall effective density if you count from, you know, counting the air that's trapped in there. not trapped in there but which just support it, kinda something like that. let's talk about density. make that a little clearer, i hope. here's an object. i'm not gonna tell you what the object is 'cause, you know, we don't care what the object is. but the object in there is taking up that much water. we say it's displac
and one change or charter amendment that changed the charter completely? >> i'm going to ask martin to respond to that. >> sometimes people don't see what was there before. >> supervisors, good afternoon martin grand, employee relations and respectfully throughout chair. the charter provision prior to collective bargaining was a salary standardize ordinance and that was repealed in 1991 and first by police and fire and then by miscellaneous unions. seiu and local 21 were the first to opt into it and then it repealed the former salary provisions including prop h, so with collective bargaining came a complete aggregation of the prior salaries standardization ordinances with the exception of the rn's and the transit operators. in other words, not part of the 1996 charter. >> okay. thank you. >> so to the extent -- i'm sorry. >> we spoke on monday and on monday you said that the proposals that you have preserve comparable worth and that was one thing that we asked you to come back and tell us exactly how that has happened but knowing there are different standards presented from the
this to fair change, we do not have much change, with more than $16 trillion in debt we have no change, and washington, incapable to agree on a cut, where well, we have no money. republicans are right to say we have to cut our way out of this mess, and democrats right to say, we can't out our way to prosperity. we have to boom our way out. no boom? boom. so how do you sustain a 5 year crawl? make sure it does not turn into another crash. easier said than done, we have to do now is make sure, well, it doesn't happen any time soon, i will ask former nyse chairman dick grasso about, that but first, swiss america chairman greg smith, and joe durham did anything change today or punch wait and confirm what we've seen in recent days? >> i think two things have happened that are important, one, the market is a reblixive of our -- reflective of our collective psychology, until it hit a new high, the average investor was still in a, what do i do to avoid losing more money mind set, they will start shifting to an, am i missing opportunities so that fear from shifting money to missing opportunity
costello on this big day for the markets. tom, thanks. changing coming soon to an airport near u. ever since the 9/11 hijackers used box cutters to force down aircraft, the tsa has banned passengers from using knives from boarding the planes with them. now it's changing course, allowing some, but not all knives, and larger items, like golf club and ski poles, and if you must, pool cues, whiffle ball bats and lacrosse sticks. nbc's pete williams has more on all of this from washington tonight. pete, good evening. >> reporter: brian, good evening. tsa says this will relieve the screeners from having to search for small knives and other objects that cannot do catastrophic dame to an airplane and to focus instead on the much more serious hazards. starting next month, tsa will partly lift the restriction that's been in place for 11 years, blocking passengers from bringing knives on board. it's an effort, says tsa, to devote more attention to the most serious threats. >> we are trying to focus on the highest risks, that being the non-metallic improvised explosive devices. and we don't want t
but the attitudes don't change. so that is the human part, that is the part that should have consequences and not be ignored. otherwise the legislation really isn't doing what it's supposed to do, so thank you all very much. i really give a shout out to san francisco unified because they have been very, very on top of this issue, way ahead of the curve. >> thank you, gentlemen, so much. (applause). >> just a couple of comments. we're not going to take a big official break. if people need to get up individually, please do so. we have one more panel then we will take a break, a lunch break, lunch will be served at the table and you will have time at that point to chat with people and to take a break. before we move to the next panel, if i could have your attention, please, i just want to acknowledge some of the people in the room today are our law enforcement partners. and some of them have come almost directly from a funeral yesterday of a fallen hero, kenyon youngstrom, of the california hunters point. i want to eepblg the loss of one of our heroes on the california hunters point, k
counseling. and their job was to change the culture, very much what we've heard today, change the culture to get rid of the stigma of mental health and understanding that a lot of these kids feel anxiety and stress, they need someone to talk to. they just don't have the perspective that an adult has. >> one of the things that struck me was the boys were interviewed, they knew they were in trouble, but i didn't hear them say i'm sorry, i shouldn't have sent the picture on. >> the three boys were arrested and they complied with a vuft stis program and part of that program was to write a letter to jill apologizing. as one could expect there is a spectrum of responses. some were very, very sincere. some were more concerned that they were caught. they were asked to be part of this video today, it was critical they were involved. i think what is interesting you catch the quote, while i'm the big dog, i got someone naked. i just want to point, that's the culture that was going on, that jill was a possession, a baseball card or a dollar bill. >> has that culture changed? >> yes, i think cass
bats. the changes put the tsa more in line with international regulation. >>> investigating a pilot's report of a drone flying over new york city yesterday. a pilot for the airlines says an unmanned aircraft came within 200 feet of his passenger plane. his plane was flying from rome to jfk. he described the drone as black and no more than three feet wide with four propellers. the boeing 737 landed safely. >>> in health matters tonight, we're looking at lipo transfer. instead of using a synthetic filler. the doctor recycles fat from the patient's body. extracting the fat isn't very invasive so patients can stay conscious. the doctor fills out the cheeks and gives a youthful look. and does not leave marks on the skin. >>> now to our bay area proud series where we profile people doing the right thing for our community. tonight the right thing is also delicious. and it started with a favor for a friend. >> one north bay woman said yes to a friend six years ago. now hundreds of families are thankful for it. here's the remarkable efforts. >> reporter: the favor, a friend was to teach her
is finding a home on the shooting range. here's abc's juju chang. >> reporter: for these women, girl power means fire power. >> ready, bust it. >> reporter: welcome to advanced defensive pistol training. these are the sure shots, a women's only shooting league based in austin, texas. >> rock out, girl. >> that was awesome. >> reporter: nationwide, gun ownership is at an all-time high, and now a report 23% of women say they own a gun. the surprising spike has spawned a cottage industry from hello kitty handguns to this blinged out revolver tweeted by kim kardashian. but make no mistake, these women are dead serious about the right to bear arms. >> you have to say it defensively all the time. you have to think about it when you're in your car. you have to think about it when you're at the grocery store. it just takes a second for everything to change. >> reporter: holly is a mother of two who says she joined sure shots to learn the best way to protect her family. >> we talk about what is that situation if somebody breaks in the house. you know, your dad and i are going to defend you. but i a
if the facts change that led to the denial then they can resubmit nthis case you would be denying it because the plans that are on file as the issued permit, plans, are not code complying and so, they could solve that by submitting the revised plans tomorrow and then we could start. >> that would be a change? >> yes. >> anything further? >> we will take public comment. if there is anything to speak on this. >> i see none, and then we will move into rebuttal. miss barkly, you have three minutes. >> members of the board, as i mentioned before, what is before you is a permit that does not comply with the planning code because of the procedural issue. they are free to take this other plan that they consolidated this other plan to comply with the code and submit it to the building department and that can be processed quickly. my problem is that the other part of this was provided to me. and as you remember, last time they were talking about submitting a permit and have all of the windows with the light kind. the plan that i got on that do not have all of the window like the kind so that it is one
and connecting to the permit holder's storm line. three, that the exterior door on the third floor be changed to a fire access code compliant window. four, that the structural inspection copy has been provided to all parties, the appellant and to the building department. and that the deck is three feet from the property line and that the drawings be appropriately done to reflect these. mr. duffy yes? >> >> without knowing the existing condition on the two properties, the code is pretty clear that each property has to be responsible for its own drainage, so in san francisco that is tough because of the 0 lot lines and i don't know what the existing is and i just wanted the code does say that you have to each probably is responsible for its own. so there is no details of what was existing and no photographs. and i don't know how it existed but i assume that it did exist at one time. but i don't want to... i just want to if you are going to, outside of the code and we sometimes leave it up to people to figure it out because it is tough, if it is code compliant each is responsible for its own and
there is no significant permit history that converted it. skaus me, change $it from single family to anything else. >> would you be enclined to deny the appeal and up hold the permit. >> i would concur with that. >> i'm more inklined to go with the equities here with commissioner honda. i think that the property owner has benefited significantly over the years, even if he might be a nice landlord which i have no reason to question. but it is an investment and it has been an investment property and now are turning that into something else. at the expense of another person and a human being. and so, i'm more inclined to go the other way. >> all right then i am going to move, if everybody is finished i will make a motion. >> i am going for move to deny the appeal and up hold the permit. >> and is that on the basis of the cfc? >> yes. >> okay. >> and that applies to all three permits? >> yes. >> do we have a motion from commissioner fung, to up hold all three permits on the basis of the 1949 certificate of final completion. >> on that motion, to up hold on that basis president hwang?
attendant unions is actually against this change. what are the airlines saying here? >> as you might expect, the pushback has been strong, particularly from the flight attendant's union. saying this will further endanger the lives of flight attendants and passengers. also hearing from the federal law enforcement officers association. they call this rolling back of some of the restrictions they have in place now dangerous, ill advises and foolish. what they're talking about is that the passengers will now be allowed in april to bring on certain types of sports equipment and certain types of knives and u.s. officials saying the tsa saying that is bringing that online, in line with what we see happening in other parts of the world, that this will be in line with international regulations. for instance, now, they're going to be allowing pocket knives to be brought on board. like this. and specifically, we're looking at blades that are going to be 2.5 inches in length or shorter. and a half inch in width or shorter. the one thing you cannot bring on when it comes to knives would be something lik
that will negatively impact earnings, that will change, but right now, stocks are cheap and then the rally is going to continue. >> now, it occurs to me, that this market which is now up 45 points, shy of 14-3 as we speak, this market is ignoring president obama. you know what i'm talking about. >> exactly. >> the president threatened armageddon and getting 2.3% budget cuts and the economy just tanks. 750,000 jobs. the market's totally ignore that. >> well, it has ignored it and it also, stock prices should have moved up a lot more earlier on, you know, in the last couple of years and it's been held back because of this president, because of his policies. we're only now starting to see the real price start to take place and stocks should have been much higher year over year, but because of the rhetoric and negative business climate and confusion about earnings and having little clarity, stock prices didn't move. we only are making up for what he we should have been up previously. >> the naysayers, a lot of of them. saying that this is all ben bernanke printing money and when he quits printing or hi
're trying to do. but governor bush seemed to change his stance somewhat during a series of recent interviews prompting tough criticism from senate majority leader harry reid. >> let's wait for a few minutes and see how jeb bush changes his mind again. his opinion on immigration is not evolving. it's devolving. he keeps going backwards. i think he's frankly made a fool of himself the last 24 hours. frankly, on this issue, i don't think jeb bush is a florida leader. i think marco rubio is. bush has been elected to nothing lately. rubio is the leader on immigration. >> okay. joe, a new poll by latino decisions shows immigration reform is by far the most important issue for hispanic voters. that's by the economy and jobs, education and health care. >> john heilemann, let's talk, john heilemann, about your next book. bush -- "game change 2016." i think this may have to be the opening scene of jeb getting out of a cab in the middle of the dark, you know, in a cold march morning and walking into the "today" show when announcing that he's changed his mind. i mean, the second i heard it, i said, the
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as of yesterday and today. three yellow. the city not expecting that to change. in anticipation of rain they did inspect roof tops of the water-damaged homes. otherwise they're not expecting the rain to do anymore damage. it will be months before they're fully recovered here. >> this hull is supposed to have water in it. it helps compact the soil around a freshly-repaired pipe. it's one of six that the story will be repairing here. they were damaged when a 16 inch water main broke, and flooded the neighborhood a week ago. a two-foot river of water roared down 15th avenue damaging 23 homes. the pipes are just one of many projects that will take months to complete and will be an agonizing wait for owners of the three homes. that st how long the city says it will have to wait and watch the unstable soils underneath them. one large sink hole spread underneath the three red tagged houses and threatening other yellow tagged homes. the city says it will take tle to six months of waiting to see how the soil settles and dries out. only then can engineers decide if the homes can be saved. sfpuc says the r
it hard to survive and we made a lot of changes and followed all of the rules and i am in front of you asking for this on the conditions. >> okay. >> all right. why don't you step back and officer moore? >> thank you for being so patient with us. >> no problem. no problem. so commissioners, i'm officer tobias moore and i am here representing richmond station and captain ferenyo and i just want to say that the relationship with the neck of the wood the formally the rocket room has been tremendously better than the last time that i stood in front of you. we have a very good dialogue now and the communication by cell phone, meetings in person, and as well as e-mails, almost daily, it seems like. and the majority of all of the issues have basically gone away. and as far as the condition on the entertainment we are in favor of a allowing the club or the entertainment to 1:45 in the morning and i believe that there is a lights on condition as well that would probably have to be tweaked in order to make that happen and in order for the security, after meeting with the captain and with tim cho
resources to soft power there are probably more important and soft power is where you change the hearts and minds of people. where you try to change cultures, try to change the norms in the community are and certainly in our office we devote significant resources to this. just a couple of examples. we have something called the parent project, and i am very grateful in a time of really reduced funding our board of supervisors stepped up and provided funding for otherwise what was run on a shoe string out of our office, and it's a program that teaches parents to be better parents and parents get referred this program through schools, through police department, through their churches and some of the behavior that we see in schools are behavior they are learning at home, so we try to address this through this project. we offer it all over santa clara county and in english and spanish and vietnamese and that is one example of what we do. a second initiative we are working to make happen is something called "school link services" where there's all of these different resources floating out
there has to be change from one unit or two to one, they look at the original permit and what permits have been submitted and approved since, when we look at those permits before the one before them or before they issue the three-hour report. they look at the existing use box in the proposed use box and each one of those alteration permits and they have to find that a story is told through the permits that the people wrote the existing use box correctly and that the existing use box was what is legally there and not what they see. >> okay. >> so they are, very, very strict now about issuing three-hour reports. >> okay, i think that i have got it. >> i hope that explained it. >> i think so. >> and they were not in the past. >> got it. >> thank you. >> okay. >> please? >> good evening, commissioners i'm andrew zaches and the permit for tank who is the permit holder and i will have him speak there you and go through the permit history in detail and give you our reasons and i think that the city's reasons why this property is a single family dwelling and then i will make brief legal argument a
the expansion of medicaid, and governor rick scott of florida has changed his mind and governor chris christie i don't know if he's changed his mind, but accepting that medicaid. why do you think those two governors are doing it and why aren't you? >> well, we looked at this rather intently. the legislature just offer the course of the last 24 hours in texas and the republican caucus overwhelmingly support the position of not expanding medicaid. it is a broken system. we have asked the federal government for years to allow us the flexibility to be able to put these programs into place, but the fact is, it's a broken system. it's going to cost trillions of dollars to implement this program. but texans are not going to be black mailed into expanding a program, but that the federal government is telling us they're giving us all of this free money. greta. they can't keep criminals in jail today, much less be able to have extra money to pass out to these states. so the idea that money is going to be available for expanded medicaid is a pipe dream. >> greta: all right, are you saying that governor ric
avenue. >>> it is changing and we have showers up in petaluma and out to the west and there is a little bit of activity north of hayward and the coverage on the south is out in the gilroy area. especially tomorrow we have a few thunderstorms and the weekend things will clear up and we will have updates on mornings on 2. >>> also coming up, we continue to follow that s.w.a.t. team standoff in san francisco and things are changing by the minute. >>> two separate arson incidents at two separate hospitals, stay right here with us. >> reporter: heavy rain and strong winds moving across the bay area overnight. mum, we'll break down rain timing for today and when thunderstorms could be added to the forecast. >>> an intense standoff unfolding at a san francisco pot club this morning. we'll tell you why the s.w.a.t. team was called to this building and we'll tell you about the wanted man we're told is inside. >> reporter: a two-hour police standoff in a quiet neighborhood in san mateo. we will tell you what happened inside the hospital, what workers there are telling us this morning. >>> also --
been an attitude change? >> there has definitely been an attitude change in south carolina. and we see it moving rapidly, as a matter of fact. now south carolina is a state that does not -- does not allow same-sex marriage. but we'll see where that takes us in ten years. there is a definite movement, a definite change of attitude in south carolina, yes. >> okay. let's say you win the primary, and then it's, of course, i would pick maybe mark sanford on the other side. i don't know what the polling is there, but it would certainly be great to see you defeat him. could you defeat him? >> well, ed, let me be really clear about something first. we have got to get through the first primary, march 19th. and i do have -- i do have a competitor, as you mentioned. and so right now this campaign is focused on getting through that primary, getting the vote out, and winning the democratic seat. and as you so aptly mentioned, there are so many republicans at this point that we have no idea who is going to shake out. and until that shakes out, we're going to keep our eye on the prize. >> all right.
is, actually, well what is the thinking about whether things might actually change now after he is dead? >> shepard, you have got to imagine that for years, the latin american state department officers were just waiting for this day to happen. it's hard to think of a more anti-u.s. world figure who has really ruled venezuela and been on the world stage for the past 14 years. this is a man who had a visceral hatred of the united states government. he formed alliances not only with iran but dictators around the world. anyone who would put forward anti-u.s. agenda. finally he is removed from the scene. the big question is what comes after him. he tried in his last days to anoint a successor. nicholas that madiro a former bus driver. hinted today that somehow the u.s. gave or implanted cancer into hugo chavez. what comes after chavez may not be a bargain for the u.s. if its successor gets in power, shepard. >> the poor and under privileged in venezuela will be in morning tonight, no doubt. it's a fact that much of the governmental processes have been turned over to narco traffickers
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with cancer. adding a star to the flag, changing venezuela's time zone, ordering the nation's coat of arms altered on the suggestion of his then young daughter. beyond those eccentricities, he spent 14 years challenging american influence in latin america and embracing global pariahs like iran. jim clancy on his turbulent years in power. >> reporter: the applause was music, the surging crowd his dance partner. for hugo chavez politics was performance art. the script came easily to chavez. anything that might warrant outrage in washington wasn't a cause for concern but rather the measure of success. chavez beamed and embraced mahmoud ahmadinejad as the iranian leader toured leftist. knowing that they were aiming to develop the bomb, chavez joked a nearby grassy knoll would open up. they laughed. what chavez really relished was playing on the world stage. >> translator: yesterday the devil came here. and it smells of sulfur still today. >> reporter: standing at the lectern that president george w. bush used the day before hugo chavez sniffed the air and made it personal, accusing the america
of a movement to change the way americans think about guns. welcome to you both. read about you in "the new york times." a fascinating place to start this debate as far as you're concerned because you don't like using the phrase "gun control." maybe that's the most inflammatory part of this debate, the word "control." you prefer to use "safety." tell me about evolve and what the purpose is. >> the purpose of evolve is to become an aspirational brand, something that lives above some of the chatter or if you can think about being more transformational. a lot going on out there is very important but it's incremental, and in order to change culture, we're reframing the conversation. you have to come at it from a different perspective. >> how are you going to change the way americans think about guns? >> well, i think if you go back to just being consistent with culture, culture is really what makes things change and stick in america. so if you take gun control, which you brought up, control versus freedom. control is counterculture. it's not american. freedom is american. that is a bad, bad, you kno
tang, for the late ms. chan ran chang. >> and madam clerk, is there any more business in front of the body? >> >> that concludes our business for the day. >> ladies and gentlemen, we are adjourned. [adjourned] ?oo hi, i'm holly lee. i love cooking and you are watching quick bites. san francisco is a foodie town. we san franciscoans love our food and desserts are no exceptions. there are places that specialize in any and every dessert your heart desires, from hand made ice cream to organic cakes, artisan chocolate and cupcakes galore, the options are endless. anyone out there with a sweet tooth? then i have a great stop for you. i've been searching high and low for some great cookies and the buzz around town that anthony's are those cookies. with rave reviews like this i have to experience these cookies for myself and see what the fuss was all about. so let's see. while attending san francisco state university as an accountinging major, anthony's friend jokingly suggested he make cookies to make ends make. with no formal culinary training he opened his own bakery and is no
and immediately saw a need to change a few things in order to stay competitive. >> father-in-law back in the sixties had a fairly typical orchard for this area, where he would have a number of varieties to go through the season and he would pack them, and they would get marketed with others doing the same thing. as the market changed, we had a choice to make: either get bigger or find a niche market. >> in addition to changing the fruit they grow, the loewens also strived to change the way they grew their fruit. long before the days of organic and in a time when farmland around them was rapidly disappearing, the loewens, along with some local farmers, came up with a set of growing guidelines called "california clean," which later became the catalyst for them going 100% organic. >> taking care of the land--the idea is to do something that can be done forever. >> and today through meticulous maintenance of the land and careful planning, the family can now offer an assortment of unique varieties that ripen at different times, offerin customers a variety of sweet, exotic colors and fruits
. there is still a lot of good to be gained at cpac. this harsh lesson will agitate maybe change. >> the good young voices if we with that characterization, they are overshadowed by the palins and the trumps who will pick up the media and not be heard. >> they will make their selection decisions more carefully. >> i don't know. we will see. >> mixed reactions to the death of venezuelan president hugo chavez. he died tuesday of cancer. allies call him a hero and they compared chavez to a saint. here in the states, others are celebrating the possibility of a new chapter in u.s. relations since venezuela is the fourth largest flyer of oil to the u.s. our facebook fans are weighing in on how his death could impact relations. i'm not sure relations will improve. chavez's successor is stepping in without much a do. that pretends not much will change. that's the serious side. now here is colbert's take with another headline that is much more alarming. >> hugo chavez, venezuelan strong man and friend of the show is dead. repeat, hugo chavez is dead. obviously -- i know. obviously this leaves a huge hole in
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that it's going to change basically in an uptrend since march of 2009. we had pullback, and that is what we expect from the november low of less to the market up about almost 15%. about 2% off of the high on the s&p. from there going into march, april, seasonal timeframe usually weaker for the market so i think investors right now needs a little bit of caution while waiting and licking chops, waiting for the pullback to be buying again. david: the market tends to overshoot. have we overshot this bull market right now? >> we don't look on the dow, we can't take more on the s&p 500 is a bigger, broader measure of the market and it looks like the s&p is approaching fair value at this point. we think based on $105 of earnings for the s&p 500, it is a fair value between 1550-1650. that being said, we don't buy the whole market, we buy individual securities and we're always looking for companies that may be unloved and the rest of the market is on. david: i really want to hone in on this point, have we overshot? getting close to fair value, that seems to think we haven't overshot. >> i don't t
and it is clear from our discussions they are better north korea policy must change. today we will look at the illicit dvds that are underwriting north korea's weapons programs. were going to look at it ballistic missiles sales, at its meth trafficking. this is the only country in the world that manufactures and traffics mass. for going to look at counterfeit of the u.s. 100-dollar bills and were going to think about the reason why this country has been called the supreme estate. we will hear from one witness who will testify north korea's illicit moneymaking machinery continues to turn. but it is this dependency by the regime on notice that dvds that can affect be exploited. this is the achilles' heel we did this one. in the fall of 2005, the bush administration targeted a macau-based bank of delta asia for its money laundering role while u.s. money was counterfeited, they were laundering for north korea. this led other banks to shun north korean business, which finally isolated the regime and cut off its ability to get current fee. however, after kim jong il made references, in this l
of the core aviation security changes triggered by the 9/11 attacks. after al qaeda terrorists used box cutters to kill flight crews and hijack four jetliners, the u.s. government banned all knives on planes. over the last 12 years, millions of knives have been confiscated at airport security check points. now the ban is being relaxed. effective april 25, air travelers will be permitted to carry small pocket knives, provided the blades are no longer than 2.36 inches and no wider than half an inch. box cutters, larger knives and those with locking blades and molded grips will still be banned. flight attendants warn even the smaller knives present a threat inside the passenger cabin. stacey martin represents southwest airlines flight attendants. >> they're allowing these items to come through, and they're putting the responsibility of the cabin completely on us even though they know coming through security are these items. >> reporter: but the transportation security administration argues the change brings u.s. regulations in line with international safety rules, permitting small knives.
will not lose it and i won't let you change t. so, we will miss you. (applause) ~ >> good afternoon, supervisors. i'd like to just chime in for a couple minutes about david and what i've learned from him. just an honor and a pleasure to work with this man over the last two years we worked together very closely in the api forum. and all that was volunteer work and david had that can-do attitude. anything i asked of him, it was always, no problem, i can get that done. he put together seminars for the elderly to keep them safe on the street. he helped me with a toy drive for young kids during christmas. he had the energy to put together like the chief said, those blue bags that came all the way from hong kong. he brokered the whole thing. so, david, i'm going to miss working with you. it's been an honor and a pleasure and i know that we all as a city have been -- have enjoyed his service and will continue to enjoy his presence just being a part of our city and our community. thank you. >> thank you. (applause) >> and with that, the honoree of the moment, david chan. >> thank you. well, i don't know
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